THE NEW SHAPE OF OFFICE COLLABORATION
What will office collaboration look for the rest of this year and beyond? Certainly, it will be different to what it was at the start of 2020. For those returning to the workplace, there’s understandably a feeling of anxiety about how safe it is in terms of office hygiene and social distancing. Many employees will continue working from home, so there will be fewer people sharing rooms.
THE RISE AND RISE OF VIDEOCONFERENCING
Videoconferencing has come of age. Put to the test in the COVID-19 pandemic with millions of people working from home, its value as a business and learning enabler has soared. Indeed, the implementation of videoconferencing technologies has helped many organizations to survive this difficult time.
It’s common these days to find meeting spaces that feature the latest audio and video conferencing technology with a view to enabling the best possible meeting experience for users. However, one area that is often overlooked when rooms are being designed and configured is that of room acoustics.
BEYOND THE BOARDROOM: HOW IT TEAMS CAN SUPPORT QUALITY AUDIO, EVERYWHERE
When people think of flexible work styles, they often think of people working from home, or on the move. But workplace transformation is also changing the setup of the traditional, physical office.
And one of the cultural changes to the way people collaborate is the fact that the boardroom is no longer the go-to area for important conferences.